Entries from News Archive 2008 tagged with 'liquor'

Salt River Tribe approves liquor sales in restaurants

Members of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community of Arizona voted last week to allow the sale of liquor at restaurants. The expansion of the tribe's liquor ordinance was supported by a landowners group called the Salt River Commerce...

Salt River Tribe votes on liquor sales at restaurants

Members of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community are going to the polls today to vote on an expansion of the tribe's liquor sale ordinance. The ordinance currently allows liquor sales at casinos, hotels, resorts and golf courses. Tribal members...

Editorial: Liquor sales close to the Navajo Nation

"On the edge of the Navajo Nation is not a good place for a alcohol sales. The owners of the now-closed Zia Bar and My Place Bar learned that the hard way through the dozens of deaths resulting from...

Bar near sacred Bear Butte wins liquor license again

Commissioners in Meade County, South Dakota, approved a liquor license for a controversial bar near the sacred Bear Butte. The Broken Spoke Campground was awarded a license in 2006 despite complaints from tribal members and local ranchers. The county revoked...

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